|The Development Of Loran-C Navigation And Timing - Hefley, Gifford|
NBS monograph 129. TABLE OF CONTENTS LIST OF FIGURES LIST OF TABLES ABSTRACT FOREWORD L. E. Gatterer FOREWORD Robert H. Doherty PREFACE 1. INTRODUCTION 2. EARLY DEVELOPMENT OF LORAN AND GEE Q 3. LOW-FREQUENCY LORAN , CYCLAN AND WHYN 4. CYTAC DEVELOPMENT AND PRELIMINARY TESTS 5. CYTAC FIELD TESTS 5.1. General Description of Test Program 5.2. Summary of Field Measurements 5.2.1. Baseline Extension Measurements 5.2.2...
Keywords: NBS monograph; Loran; Aids to navigation; Navaids
|Loran Comes To Batan - United States. Coast Guard|
Description from the National Archives: "On the installation of a Loran station on Bataan [sic], Philippine Islands. Building material, equipment, and supplies are loaded aboard a ship which sails out of San Francisco harbor. Coast Guardsmen survey the Loran site, unload cargo, erect tents, and supervise the building of the station by local labor. The land is cleared and leveled, cement is poured, antenna poles are raised, building foundations are laid, Loran equipment is hauled to the site and ...
Keywords: US Coast Guard; Navigation; Radio aid; Radio Aids To Navigation; Radio; Losta Batan; Batanes (Philippines); United States. Coast Guard; Navaids; Cold War; Loran